Just when you thought things could not get any better in terms of waterproofing construction technology; no more leaking gutters, sealing leaks under water, adhesion to marble to granite to stone on sand, the list goes on… The Snag List Eliminator have nailed it, or should we say bonded it, into the fabrics of construction technology.
CT1 decided to hit the roof and make waves, or in this case stop water or waves from coming in. They changed the world off roofing as we know it. Waterproofing and Roofing are two words that would send a shiver down a tradesman or a homeowner that bears witness to a leaking roof. But no more, as CT1 now brings the change!
WT1 is the ultimate replacement for all bitumen based roof membrane with excellent adhesion to brick stone, concrete, polyester, lead, metals and plastic. It is the ground breaking enhancement of spur technology for ultimate sealing.
WT1 requires only one coat application without the need for heating, mixing or priming. It has incredible adhesion to almost all materials and once applied can even be painted or rendered over the mortar.
WT1 will replace EPDM sheeting, roofing felt, fibre glass and other all other forms of roofing membranes. And the best part? This is a one-step application straight from the container.
WT1 is a new formulated compound with a combined polymer and polyurethane union which forms a 100% waterproof membrane and remains stable with weather fluctuations, without shrinking or cracking (the same make up as its sister CT1). It’s ideal for the quick repair of flat and sloping roofs, and for tanking with one application straight from the container. It is also used on concrete terraces and balconies and under ideal conditions can be rendered and plastered.
WT1 is compatible with CTEC adhesive range, CT1 and Power Grab N Bond, therefore allows attachment of suitable substrates such as decking products or tiles.
WT1 has been subjected to (and passed with flying colours) numerous tests in real life scenarios with a number roofs almost beyond repair. You can see the WT1 video HERE..